B.E. (Bio Medical Engg) 7th Sem & 8th Sem Session 2009-10

SYLLABUS OF B.E. Bio-Medical Engg. 7th & 8th Semester 1 SCHEME OF STUDIES & EXAMINATION B.E IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER - VII Modified ‘E’ Scheme effective from (2009-10) Course Subject Teaching Schedule Marks Examination Total DuraNo. of Class Th y Practical Marks tion of eor L T P Total Work Exam (in hrs.) EE - Control 3 1 - 4 50 100 150 3 System 304 E Engine ering BME- Practical 409 E Training BME- Advance 411E BioMedical Engg. 3 1 - 4 50 50 100 - 50 150 3 3 2 MAHARSHI DAY
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Bio-Medical Engg. 7th & 8th Semester SCHEME OF STUDIES & EXAMINATIONB.E IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGSEMESTER - VIIModified ‘E’ Scheme effective from (2009-10) CourseNo.Subject Teaching ScheduleL T P TotalMarksof ClassWorkExaminationTheory PracticalTotalMarksDura-tion ofExam(in hrs.)EE -31 -450 100- 1503304 EBME--- --50--503409 EBME-31 -450 100- 1503411EBME31 -450 100- 1503413EBME--- 2225-25 503415-EBME-31 -450 100 - 1503417-E4-- 450 100 - 1503BME---44100 - - 1003421-E164 6 26425 500 25 950List of Open Electives1HUM-451-ELanguages 8CSE-303-EComputerSkills for Engg.Graphics2HUM-453-EHuman Resource 9CSE-451-EArtificialManagementIntelligence& ExpertSystem3HUM-455-EEnterpreneurship 10IC-403-EEmbeddedSystems4HUM-457-EBusiness 11IC-455-EIntelligentCommunicationInstrumentation forEngineers5PHY-451-ENano Technology 12CH-451-EPollution &Control6PHY-453-ELaser Technology 13IT-204-E MultimediaTechnologies7ME-451-EMechatronics 14IT-471-E ManagementInformationSystems Note : 1.Students will be allowed to use single memory, non-programmable scientific calculator during exam.2.All the scheme has been given the code “ E” which showsthe current for all the branches to avoid any confusion invarious schemes.3.There has been no previous syllabus for Bio- MedicalEngineering and Bio- technology Engineering. The 1 st schmefor these courses start from” E”code.4.The subject Hospital Mangement (BME-403-E) and SpeechProcessing(BME-405-E) have been replaced by NuclearMedicaine Radition & Safety (BME-417-E) and AdvancedBio-medical Engineering (BME-411-E) respectively w.e.f..2008-09.5.The subject Biological Control system (BME-401-E)hasbeen replaced by Control system Engineering (EE-304-E)w.e.f. 2008-09.6.The subject A1 and Expert Systems (CSE-451-E) hasbeen replaced by principle of Medical Imaging Lab. II ( BME-415- E) and Project/ Industrial Project (BME-419-E) w.e.f.2008-09. ControlSystemEngineeringPracticalTrainingAdvanceBio-MedicalEngg.PrincipleofMedicalImaging-IIPrincipleofMedicalImaging-IILab.NuclearMedicareRadaiation& SafetyOpenElectiveProject/IndutrialProjectTotal 1 2  MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAKSYLLABUS OF B.E. Bio-Medical Engg. 7th & 8th Semester The Code of Practical Training II(BME- 409 -E) has beenchanged to Practical Training II (BME-421-E)8. Elective- I has been replaced by Open elective w.e.f. 2008-09.Students will be permitted to opt. for any elective run bythe other departments. However, the departments will offeronly those electives for which they have expertise. Thechoice of the students to any elective shall not be a bindingfor the department to offer, if the department does not haveexpertise.10.Assessement of Practical Training-II, carried out at the endof VI semester, will be based on seminar, viva-voce andproject report of the student from the industry. According toperformance, letter Grades A, B, C, F are to be awarded. Astudent who is awarded ‘F’ grade is required to repeatPractical Training.11.Project load will be treated as 2 hrs. per week for Project co-ordinator and 1 hr. for each participating teacher. Project willcommence in VIIt semester where the students will identifythe Project problem, complete the design/ procure thematernal/ start the fabrication/ complete the survey etc.,depending upon the nature of the problem. Project willcontinue in VIII the semester. 3 4 SCHEME OF STUDIES & EXAMINATIONB.E IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGSEMESTER - VIIIModified ‘E’ Scheme 2009-10 CourseNo.BME402-EBME404-EBME406-EBME408-EGPBME-402-ESubjectTeaching ScheduleL T P TotalMarks ofClassWorkExaminationTheory PracticalTotalMarksDurationof Exam(in hrs.)Bio-MedicalEthics & deviceregulationDept. Elective-IDept. Elective-II 3 1 - 450100 - 15034 - - 450100 - 15034 - - 450100 - 1503 Independentstudy Seminar - - 4 450 - - 50 BiologicalControl Systems 3 1 - 450100 - 1503 Project inIndustrial/ResearchLab./ Hospital - - 6 6100 - 150 2503 GeneralFitnessforthe ProfessionTotal - - - - 50 - 100 150314 2 10 26400 400 200 1050Dept. Elective -IBME-451-EMedical PhysicsBME-453-EFiber Optics and Lasers in medicineBME-455-EPrinciples of BioengineeringBME-457-ETissue EngineeringBME-459-EBionanotechnologyDept. Elective -IIBME-452-ERehabilitation EngineeringBME-456-EBio-ElectromagnetismHUM-462-EOperation ManagementCSE-451-EAI and Expert SystemsCSE-462-EOOPS and C++  MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAKSYLLABUS OF B.E. Bio-Medical Engg. 7th & 8th Semester SEMESTER - VIIEE - 304 ECONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING LTPClass Work: 5031-Exam: 100Total: 150Duration of Exam.: 3 hrs. UNIT - IINTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS : System/ Plant model, types of models, illustrative examplesof plants and their inputs and outputs, controller,servomechanism, regulating system, linear time - invariant(LTI) system, time- varying system, causal system, openloop control system, closed loop control system, illustrativeexamples of open-loop and feedback control systems,continuous time and sampled data control systems. Effectsof feedback on sensitivity (to parameter variations), stability,external disturbance (noise), ovearall gain etc. Introductoryremarks about non-linear control systems. UNIT - IIMATHEMATICAL MODELLING Concept of transfer function, relationship between transferfunction and impluse response, order of a system, blockdiagram algebra, signal flow graphs : Mason’s gain formula &its application, characteristics equation, derivation of transferfunctions of electrical and electromechanical systems.Transfer functions of cascaded and non-loading cascadedelements. Introduction to state variable analysis and design. UNIT - IIITIME DOMAIN ANALYSIS Typical test signals, time response of first order systems tovarious standard inputs, time response of 2nd order systemto step input, relationship between location of roots ofcharacteristics equation, w and wn, time domain 5 6 Note : 1.Students are allowed to use single memory, non-programmable scientific calculator during exam. Sharing ofcalculator wil not be permitted in the examination.2.All the scheme has been given the code “ E” which showsthe current scheme for all the branches to avoid any confusionin various schemes.3.There has been no previous syllabus for Bio- MedicalEngineering and Bio- technology Engineering. The 1 st schemefor these courses start from” E”code.4.The new subject Biological control system (BME 406-E) hasbeen introduced w.e.f. 2008-09.5.Project Load will be treated as 2 hrs. per week for the projectcoordinator and 1 hour for each participating teacher. projectinvolving design, fabrication, testing, computer simulation,case studies etc. which has been commenced by studentsin VII semster, will be completed in VIII semester.6.For subject BME-404-E(Independent Study Seminar), astudent will select a topic from emerging areas of Bio-MedicalEngineering and study it thoroughly and independently. Laterhe will give a seminar talk on the topic.7.A team consisting of Principal/ Director, HOD of concerneddepartment and external examiner appointed by Universityshall carry out the evaluation of the student for his/her GeneralFitness for the Profession.8.The subject GFBME-410-E (General Fitness for theProfession) code has been changed to GFBME-402-E andwill be effective from 2008-09.  MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAKSYLLABUS OF B.E. Bio-Medical Engg. 7th & 8th Semester specifications of a general and an under damped 2nd ordersystem, steady state error and error constants, dominantclosed loop poles, concepts of stability, pole zeroconfiguration and stability, necessary and suffeicientconditions for stability, Hurwitz stability criterion, Routhstability criterion and relative stability. UNIT IVROOT LOCUS TECHNIQUE : Root locus concept, development of root loci for varioussystems, stability considerations. UNIT VFREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS : Relationship between frequency resonse and time- responsefor 2nd order system, polar, Nyquist, Bode plots, stability,Gain margin and Phase Margin, relative stability, frequencyresponse specifications. UNIT VICOMPENSATION : Necessity of compensation, compensation networks,application of lag and lead compensation, basic modes offeedback control, proportional, integral and derivativecontrollers, illustrative examples. UNIT VIICONTROL COMPONENTS : Synchros, AC and DC techo- generators, servomotors,stepper motors & their applications, magnetic amplifier. TEXT BOOK : 1.Control System Engineering : I.J. Nagrath & M. Gopal; New Age REFERENCE BOOKS : 1.Automatic Control Systems : B.C. Kuo, PHI.2.Modern Control Engg : K. Ogata : PHI3.Control Systems : Principles & Design : Madan Gopal :Tata Mc Graw Hill.4.Modern Control Engg : R.C. Dorl & Bishop : Addison -Wesley. Note: Eight questions are to set - at least one from eachunit. Students have to attempt five questions. Prcatical Training - II (6 Weeks )BME - 409 E LTPClass Work: 25 Marks---P/VV: 25 MarksTotal : 50 MarksAt the end of sixth semester each student would undergo sixweeks practical training in an industry/ Professionalorganization/ research laboratory/ Hospital with the priorapproval of the Director Principal/ Principal of the concernedcollege and submit a written typed report along with acertificate from the organization. The record will be evaluatedby examiner(s) to be appointed by the Director principal/ Principal of the concerned college. ADVANCED BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGBME - 411 E LTPClass Work : 50 Marks31-Theory : 100 MarksTotal : 150 MarksDuration of Exam.: 3 Hrs. CONTENTS 1.Introduction to Artificial Organs : substitutive medicine,biomaterial outlook for organ transplant, designconsiderations.2.Artificial Heart and Circulatory assist devices, Artificial Kidney: Structure and function of the Kidney, Kidney disease, renalfailure, treatment of renal failure, renal transplantation. 7 8
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